12/19/2016

3 Unique Gift Wrapping Tips That Won't Break The Bank

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Happy Monday loves! Christmas is only a few days away and if you haven't yet wrapped all of your gifts, then I have a few inexpensive gift-wrapping ideas for you.

One of my Christmas traditions is to host my cousins for brunch to wrap gifts. It is such a great way to bond and exchange laughs capturing the spirit of the holidays. I usually bake a peach cobbler (which is super delicious), a yummy quiche a serve seasonal drinks such as Coca-Cola and Gold Peak. I picked my drinks up at my local Pavilions in the soda aisle. You can save when you buy 4 participating Coca-Cola products and enjoy $20 off at Shutterfly.com. Offer will be executed via Catalina print-out at register with unique pin code to redeem online here
 I love the holiday packaging of my favorite holiday drinks and the same exceptional taste. Anything that encourages the spirit of Christmas you can count me in.
Here's How I save a few big bucks on gift wrapping:
1. Use old holiday colored theme grocery bags- I tend to save green, red, gold or a mixture of these colors grocery bags. It's such an easy and great way to reuse those bags that you likely paid 10 cents for. It also adds a nice personal touch. 
2. Use Rosin Paper- brown rosin paper is such a good option and it is not only for painting. You can also use grease paper or any solid art paper. 
2. Twine (tying twine on any decor gives it a lovely touch)- I love using twines a way to finish off my decor. I use it all year round and it does a great job at adding a cute rustic touch. 
Don't forget to enjoy the Shutterfly deal when you buy 4 or more Coca-Cola products up to 12/28. 
Happy Holidays Darlings
Share with me and other readers some of your inexpensive holiday wrapping ideas. 
xoxo
Keyma
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11 comments

  1. I love the idea of having people over for a wrapping brunch! What a great way to turn a to-do project into a celebration! ~ Client

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  2. A wrapping brunch? That sounds SO EPIC! I need to try this next year!

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  3. This post is so cute and you are totally in the Christmas spirit.Wonderful photos too.

    www.naturallyfarout.com
    -Kierra

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  4. Those are such great ideas to save on wrapping! I need to try that! Thanks for sharing Keyma!

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  5. OMG girl you're so creative!!!
    Loving these ideas! Thanks for sharing!
    Happy Holidays!
    XO
    Aimara
    www.waysofstyle.com

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  6. What a great post. Love these gift wrapping ideas!
    <3
    Christine
    http://tristinstyling.com/blog

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  7. I use to love these types of commercials, well done!

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  8. Excellent decor ideas! Thank you for the recommendation! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION & BEAUTY

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  9. I love your thrifty approach to wrapping! They look swell :)

    M

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  10. Oh my goodness!!! Love all of these ideas so much !!

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  11. OMG As someone who loves wrapping presents, I am obsessed with this post! This is so great dear :) Hope you had a Merry Christmas!

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